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March 30, 2013

SNES Headphone Mod

at 5:51 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Game Hacks

 SNES Headphone Mod_3

 

Thanks to lyberty5 for sending in his audio headset built from a SuperNES controller.

“The controller was used as a base, I then rebuilt walls with bits of plastic and epoxy resin. I then used epoxy putty to model a circular shape, some bondo, and a lot of sanding. The whole thing was then painted. It’s not perfect and I’ve damaged the paint in some places. Also the controller itself had nicks and holes in the part I didn’t paint over, due to
its years of gaming.”

 

 


 

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One Response to “SNES Headphone Mod”

  1. Pouncer Says:

    I was wondering how it looked to use them for gaming, but I see the controller is non functioning. Excellent work, they look really nice!

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